The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899, May 15, 1893, Page 6, Image 6

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Seo. II. Art. I. All caso3 of disobodi
onco shnll bo puuishod by the board of the
two captains and manager.
Art. II. The senior captain shall bo
chairman of the board.
Seo. III. Art. I. The manager shall
transact all business for the crew.
Akt. II. The managor shall be elected
in May by the Athletic Association.
Akt. III. After the first year the cap
tains shall bo elected by the two crows in
joint meeting, sometime in May.
Akt. IY. The captains and manager
shall have power to select tho crews from
the mombors of tho boating club.
Akt. V. Tho captains and managor shall
serve one year; tho term begining after com
mencement. Sko. IV. Akt 1. No one shall bo a
member of tho crew who is not a member of
the Athletic Association.
Akt. II. No one who is unable to swim
shall become a member of the crew.
Seo. V. Akt. I. In tho absence of
senior captain no one shall use boats with
out written permit.
Art. II. No other college shall be al
lowed to uso the shells without permission of
board of managers of tho Athletic Associ
ation. Seo. VI. Tho flag of the club shall con
sist of tho Univorsity colors.
A bill has passed both houses of the Ohio legis
lature making hazing a crime punishable by heavy
penalties. Vidctte Reporter.
It was a Yale student. He spent $15 on a
handsome lad who played a girl's part at the
theatre. When he found out the sex of the fair
one, fever and chills got hold of him.
The students of Yale are making preparations
for presenting a play entitled "Robin Hood;"
Vassar will soon give the "Antigone of Sophocles"
and the Harvard men are making elaborate ad
vancement, under the supervision of Professor
Grenough, with a Latin play, "The Rhonnio of
It looks rather incongruous to find in the local
columns of a college journal constant recommen
dations to "smoke Posen's cigars" and "U. S.
cigars," "chew South Carolina Pig-tail;" and
then read over in the editorial columns the evil
effects of tobacco upon the system. These things
ought not to be.
The number of "cuts" allowed in some of the
leading colleges is as follows: Yale 24 per year
to Juniors and Seniors; to Sophs and Freshmen
18; Williams 30; Darmouth 21. At Amherst and
Wesleyan a student must be present at ninc
tenths of the recitations. At Harvard, Ann
Arbor, Cornell and Johns Hopkins the attendance
is said' to be optional. Ex.
The Senior class of Tufts College has elected a
co-ed as manager of the foot ball team. And so
we arc to be driven from our last stand. We
have left the banks, offices und stores to . the fe
male workers, and now they have taken our last
and dearest occupation. O, what a time is this,
my countrymen ! Come on with the rnillenium.
University of Chicago Weekly.
"Will you drop into my mitten ?"
Said the fielder to the fly:
"No 1 thank you," said the spheriod
As he passed the fielder by.
"My skin is very tender
And your mitten's hard and tough,
And though I fear you may object
1 think I'll use a muff."
Yale University has made a decided advance
in the direction of what is generally known as
practical education by putting modern languages
on an equal footing with the classics and mathe
matics in the curriculum of the second year's
course at the college. It is said to be the in
tention of the Yale authorities gradually to rele
gate Greek to an insignificant place in the curri
culum and finally to abandon it entirely.
The owl always endeavors to tell the truth and
report facts, therefore we wish to make a correc
tion concerning a statement in an editorial in our
last issue. In an article concerning the accusa
tions made against Miss Stull in her work as
Secretary of the State Oritorical Association, it
was stated that Mr. McMullen was referee judge
on the contest, which was not true, but he was
present when the result of the rankings of the
judges was determined. It was a mistake
through a misunderstanding of the facts for
which no one was to blame.
The crinoline has received a death blow so far
as its vogue in England is concerned. The re
fusal of the Princess of Wales to disfigure herself
with its monstrosities has effectually vetoed